Chairman: David M Hashmall
Managing Partner: Robert S Insolia
Goodwin’s 1,000 plus lawyers across the United States, Europe, and Asia excel at complex transactions, high-stakes litigation, and world-class advisory services in the financial, life sciences, private equity, real estate, and technology industries. The firm’s unique combination of deep experience serving both the innovators and the investors in a rapidly-changing, technology-driven economy sets Goodwin apart. To learn more, visit www.goodwinlaw.com.
Main Areas of Practice:
Complex transactions, high-stakes litigation and world class advisory services in the financial, private equity, real estate, technology and life sciences industries.
A sophisticated, versatile team of transactional lawyers provides broad market perspective, serves as a business partner on strategic transactions, and advises clients on structuring and developing new and innovative products and services. Areas of expertise include buyouts and acquisitions, capital markets, debt finance, financial restructuring, growth equity, impact and responsible investing, mergers and acquisitions, new company formation, private investment funds, REITs and real estate mergers and acquisitions, search funds, tax, and venture capital.
World-Class Advisory Services:
Experienced regulatory lawyers, including many former high-ranking government officials and regulators, guide clients through the complex conundrum of government regulations with insight and ingenuity – always with an eye toward maximizing business opportunities while minimizing risk. Areas of expertise include antitrust and competition, banking, environmental, ERISA and executive compensation, FDA, FinTech, global trade, investment management, labor and employment, and privacy and cybersecurity.
Goodwin litigators provide cost-effective, results-oriented representation in high-profile matters. The firm employs a holistic, cross-disciplinary approach, helping clients settle disputes, mitigate risk, defend their interests, and, in most cases, avoid trial altogether. Areas of expertise include appellate, business and commercial, government investigations and enforcement, environmental, financial industry, intellectual property, labor and employment, privacy and cybersecurity, products liability and mass torts, securities, trade secrets and restrictive covenants, and white collar defense.
London-based lawyers have extensive real estate experience and significant expertise in fund formation, private equity and the leisure and hospitality industry, including work on numerous cross-border transactions. This expertise encompasses all aspects of real estate fund structuring and investment, including segregated accounts/investment management mandates; structured acquisitions of real estate; joint ventures; club deals; multi-investor funds; and private mergers and acquisitions, as well as operating company investments, financing and the workout of distressed investments.
Goodwin’s Asia practice, based in Hong Kong, covers a broad range of corporate transactions in China, India and across Asia, advising on matters of Indian, United States and Hong Kong law. Practice areas include mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic transactions, private equity, venture capital, securities and capital markets, fund formation, investigations, and dispute resolution.
Frankfurt-based lawyers focus on matters involving real estate, private equity, debt fund investments and finance, including structured acquisitions of real estate or enterprises, joint ventures, club deals and private mergers and acquisitions, as well as operating company investments, financing, and the workout of distressed investments. The office represents Pfandbrief banks, real estate and private equity investment managers, real estate and private equity fund sponsors, debt funds and public stock companies.
Goodwin’s Paris-based lawyers, who have been recognized as one of the leading private equity and mergers and acquisitions teams in France, specialize in leveraged buyouts, private equity and public-to-private transactions for French and foreign private equity funds. Goodwin’s private equity practice is focused primarily in the middle market. The practice’s deep market knowledge and industry relationships help clients secure deals and build equity value across a broad range of sectors.
Goodwin represents a diverse client base, ranging from emerging companies to established multinationals. The firm’s clients present complex issues and expect cost effective results to be delivered under tight deadlines. Client service begins with knowing the clients, their business and their competitors. With this information, lawyers leverage their specialized skills and expertise to deliver responsive, knowledgeable and practical legal advice.
Boston: Andrew C Sucoff
Frankfurt: Stephan Kock
Hong Kong: Yash A Rana
London: Samantha Lake Coghlan, Paul Lyons
Los Angeles: Dean C Pappas
New York: Albert J Solecki, Jr
Paris: Maxence Bloch
San Francisco: Brett M Schuman
Silicon Valley: Lynda T Galligan
Washington, DC: Andrea A Murino